Intensive care angel

It's early morning in the UK, but Hannah's already been to a workout class and is eating her breakfast when we chat, her long hair wet from a shower. 'Busy is probably the word to use for my lockdown,' she says, inbetween mouthfuls of porridge. 'I'd go to work and I'd be doing my normal... Continue Reading →

111 what’s your emergency?

'When we first went into Level 4 [total lockdown], it was a little bit like slipping into a parallel universe. All of a sudden, I was still carrying on the same, but everything around me was very different. No traffic or people, petrol was really cheap and you could park anywhere in the city for... Continue Reading →

Cohabiting with a big pink saxophone

'At first it felt like a bit of a holiday. You have to work out where you're going to lock yourself down, so that's the first dilemma isn't it?' Julie had several options, and elderly family to consider, but in the end chose to lockdown with her partner at his house. They've never lived together... Continue Reading →

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